MORNING BULLETIN: TOWNHOUSE SALES SURGE, HUMAN RIGHTS FILMFEST, SPECIAL SALON DEAL


Photo of fish at Fairway by Avi.

June 15, 2012 Weather: Mostly Sunny, High of 77 Degrees.

Notices:
Lincoln Center’s Human Rights Watch film fest starts today.

This just in from Robert Stuart Salon, which is celebrating its 29th anniversary next week: “We would also like to offer a special gift to West Side Rag readers: 
The first 5 readers who call, book a haircut, and mention West Side Rag will pay 1983 haircut prices ($30 to $45).” So give them a call and get rid of those nasty bangs, people! 212-496-1530. They’re at 461 Columbus Avenue.

Time Warner has an ice cream truck that will sell ice cream for a suggested donation of $1 (going to museums) at various events this summer.

News:
Townhouse sales are surging in the city, and particularly on the Upper West Side. (The Real Deal)

The city is planning to widen curbs at intersections near schools, which will likely mean fewer parking spaces. (DNAinfo)

Cornell Neilly of the Upper West Side was arrested for a series of bank robberies. (amNY)

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